Tattoo Removal

Think before you ink. It’s an adage designed to prevent people from getting tattoos they may later come to regret, but with 34 per cent of tattooed Australians admitting they wish they hadn’t been permanently stamped, and one in seven of that group considering removal.

The Q-Switched Nd:YAG (Med-QLaserTM) releases light energy at the rate of nanoseconds and selectively targets ink molecules within the tattoo, breaking the molecules into smaller particles. These particles can then be cleared by your body’s natural immune system. You will see both instant fading at the time of treatment as well as gradual fading in the weeks following your treatment.

There are 4 wavelengths 1064nm, 532nm, 585nm, 650 nm this means we are able to treat all ink colours.

2cm x 2cm $40

3cm x 3xm $45

2cm x 12cm $50

6cm x 4cm $50

11cm x 6cm $100

9cm x 9cm $100

15cm x 10cm $125

Half A4 $180

A4 $250

Send a Photo of your Tattoo to for a qoute


Pregnant or breast feeding women, people with an active infection at or near the desired treatment area, those with heart problems, implanted medical device, cancer, history of seizures, immune system disorders, and/or a history of keloid scarring.


  • Those with medium to fair skin tones are best candidates.
  • Tattoos with dark, shallow laid ink are easiest to treat.
  • Areas closest to your heart resolve and heal the fastest.
  • Each individual pigment is comprised of a different kind of metal and will react differently to the laser.
  • Professional tattoo inks that do not have titanium dioxide or iron oxide are easier to treat.
  • Tattoos performed by amateur sources are the hardest to resolve.
  • Typically, the older the tattoo, the more sessions it could take to resolve.
  • Those with immune system deficiencies heal the slowest, so more treatments may be needed.
  • Those who smoke will also need more treatments to rid of the tattoo.
  • White ink cannot be treated and yellow ink may never fully resolve. The easiest colours to remove thoroughly are black, dark blue, gray and green. Colours such as light blue, purple, aqua, pink, brown, orange and yellow may never fully fade away.
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